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How to move to Africa and live good Sun 20th Oct
October 20, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Event: How to move to Africa and live good Sun 20th Oct
Start Date: 20 Oct 2019 3:00 pm
End Date: 20 Oct 2019 5:00 pm
Venue: University College London (UCL)
How to move to Africa and live good
Next Level Developments in conjunction with 100 Black Men of London
Sunday 20th October 3-5pm (doors open 2:30pm)
Advance tickets at http://bit.ly/africalivegood £10 or £15 at the door. Early bird – 2 for the price of 1 until Saturday 12th October.
Room C3.15, University College London (UCL), 20 Bedford Way, Bloomsbury, London WC1H 0AL
Justin Muhammad is a project manger at Next Level Developments . Providing solutions to help build communities abroad for people wishing to emigrate to Africa and the Caribbean. Recently returning from Zambia, Jamaica and the Gambia, acquiring real estate for the development of housing and businesses
Mali Morris is a London community activist who owns and runs Mosiah’s Restaurant in Kotu, The Gambia will be sharing his knowledge on the aspects of setting up a business on the African continent
Trevon Muhammad is one of the founders of Next Level Developments. He is a qualified teacher, journalist and researcher, working within the community since he was 5 years old. Trevon is developing his own brand of tuition. With his ‘Trevtalks’ series, he uncovers the stories behind the mainstream news to better inform people.
Building the future you desire is easier than you think
It has never been a better time to consider moving to the African continent. Africa houses some of the worlds fastest growing economies. Many companies and individuals from all over the world are taking advantage of the amazing opportunities.
If we work together as a collective, we can build a brighter future for ourselves as we help to make Africa great again.
Following 18 months of travel, study and planning, join our international team as we discuss how to:
- Solve the problems of institutional racism in one generation.
- Build an economic base that will suffice our needs for now and in the future.
- Build our own homes , schools and communities
100Black Men of London
A community based charity led by committed Black Men, delivering Programmes focused on Mentoring, Education, Economic Empowerment, and Health & Wellness. ‘What They See is What They Will Be’
Sponsored by Luton Black Men Community Group
NLD video: https://youtu.be/2VynvCtv5ZM